Lodge Family Tree Charts
Freemasons meet in lodges. Each lodge will have a warrant of constitution from its governing Grand Lodge. A new lodge can be formed by a group of not less than seven Master Masons petitioning the Grand Master to do so. Each such petition must be supported by a recommendation from another lodge.
In this way lodges can establish a “daughter” lodge and family trees of lodges are developed. This database of lodge family trees has been provided by a third party software provider and the Library and Museum is unable to edit it or modify it.
If you have difficulties using this database then please contact Library and Museum staff on email@example.com who will be pleased to search for you and provide the information as a Word document attachment. We respond to enquiries as quickly as possible but there may be a delay so if your request is urgent please indicate this.